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How do i hook up my dvd player,tivo,cable and tv together?

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USE A VCR WITH INPUTS AND OUTPUTS RCA CONNECTION

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Split the cable coming out of the cable box.
Hook one up to your HD cable box, and the other up to the Tivo.
Hook the output of your HD cable box to one HD input on your TV
Hook the output of your Tivo up to a different (non-HD) input on your TV.

This will allow you to watch HD while recording standard definition, and vise versa.

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